V i E n N A

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About Vienna

Vienna is a town in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States. Non-native settlement in the region dates to ca. 1740.


Steeped in rich Civil War history, Vienna, Virginia is a flourishing town with high-ranking public schools, thriving business district, quaint residential neighborhoods, and beautiful green spaces. 


There is no surprise that it was rated third of the 100 best places to live in the United States by CNN/Money and Money magazine in 2013. With a population of approximately 17,000 and growing, this prosperous area is also ranked #1 in terms of livability in Virginia and #5 in the USA. Low crime rates, a stable housing market filled with both new construction and historic homes, and plenty of amenities make this the perfect community to call home.

Vienna’s climate enjoys the best of each season: gorgeous spring blooms and showers, temperatures of 90 degrees in the summer, crisp autumns with colorful foliage and an average of 20 inches of snowfall in the winter. Only 15 miles west of Washington DC, residents are able to enjoy the relaxing serenity of tree-canopied streets, family centered, close-knit communities, and small town charm – while being just a short commute from the cosmopolitan lifestyle of the big city.

Source Wikipedia, Virginia.org


Elevation: 358′

Population: 16,489 (2019)

Founded: 1890

ZIP Codes: 22180-22183 ,22185

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